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BYU Children’s Book & Media Review calls Going for a Sea Bath a “marvelous learning tool…”

December 24th, 2018

BYU Children’s Book & Media Review “…This book is not just a fun read but is also a marvelous learning tool, as it also introduces synonyms to young children, counts up to ten, and shows many different sea creatures. Anne-Claire Delisle has the most endearing illustrations. With the bright colors and characters’ goofy smiles, Going […]

Posted in Andrée Poulin, Anne-Claire Delisle, Book Authors, Book Illustrators, Going for a Sea Bath

Canadian Children’s Book News calls The Hill “wonderfully creepy”

August 16th, 2016

“When the private jet that Jared is aboard crashes in Northern Alberta, Jared is “rescued” by a Cree teenager who’s spending the summer with his grandparents and younger brother at their summer camp. The plane’s pilot is badly injured and there seems to be no way for Jared to make contact with the outside world, […]

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Canadian Children’s BookNews recommends A Year of Borrowed Men

May 10th, 2016

“Because German Men were conscripted to fight during World War II, the families left behind were obligated to by the Nazi government to take in French prisoners of war to perform needed work. This is why three captives came to stay with seven-year-old Gerda, her mother and siblings at their farm. The rules were stringent: […]

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Canadian Children’s Book News recommends Ben Says Goodbye

October 30th, 2015

“During the preschool years, children often forge their first friendships and these relationships can be very intense. Here, Sarah Ellis explores how a young boy handles his sadness when his best friend moves away. Ben is distraught because his best friend is leaving the neighbourhood. He opts to move, too, and seeks refuge in a […]

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